- on the Canada Line at Waterfront, Vancouver City Centre, and Broadway–City Hall stations
- at Granville Station (Dunsmuir exit) or the Compass Customer Service Centre at Stadium–Chinatown Station (Expo Line).
“Some of the region’s most vulnerable populations are reliant on both United Way funded programs and services – and on TransLink,” said Cathy McLay, CFO and EVP, Finance and Corporate Services, TransLink. “I am extremely proud of this new initiative and the ongoing commitment employees across the TransLink enterprise display to our United Way campaigns each year.” “TransLink and its operating companies and unions exemplify corporate social responsibility,’ said Michael McKnight, President & CEO, United Way of the Lower Mainland. “This program will remove one more barrier for people in need. When we work together, we can really accomplish positive change in the community and help people in need in different ways.” TransLink and its operating companies have generously supported United Way for decades. Over the past 25 years, the group of companies has raised and donated almost $7.1 million to United Way of the Lower Mainland. In 2016 alone, TransLink and its companies raised $251,626.39 to help people in the Lower Mainland through United Way. Employees from TransLink, B.C. Rapid Transit Company, Coast Mountain Bus Company, Transit Police, MoveUP (COPE local 378), CUPE 4500, CUPE 7000, Unifor 111, and Unifor 2200 all contributed their time and generously donated to support United Way’s programs and services. For more information about how contributions to United Way are helping make a difference in the lives of so many in our community, visit United Way of the Lower Mainland’s website at www.uwlm.ca/TransLink